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  1. Here is what I thought (I did not do MDT): SNS: I thought Bio was pretty straightforward (I am doing a Bio minor FYI) . Although I totally didn't review lab techniques which I should have so that tripped me up. Chem was fine for me too although I found it took me a longer time because there were more calculation questions. That unfortunately had me rushing the other chem questions. PAT: PAT has always been my weakest section because of the timing. I found CC and AR pretty easy the other sections for me were meh but I found near the end I just had to make random guesses because I was running out of time. RC: I thought this was my best section. I generally scored the highest on this section when it came to my practice tests. I thought the passages weren't too difficult to read. I'm a pretty fast reader so my approach was I quickly scanned the questions then as I read the passage I underlined key words that related to it. I found a lot of the questions were easy to S&D and since I underlined key points it made it even easier. Although I will say I only finished the section in the last 5 minutes of the exam, as some of the questions weren't as easy to S&D.
  2. Selling a Kaplan course worth $2499, fill out your bid here https://goo.gl/forms/SIHfv75Y9cOv2DaY2
  3. There are some free flashcards and practice tests Kaplan is giving away if you want to get some extra practice - www.ownyourprep.com/uohs
  4. A club I am an exec on is trying to raise money for our activities for the school year so we are selling a Kaplan course worth $2499. It can be used for the LSAT, MCAT, DAT, PCAT, OAT, GMAT, or GRE. PM me with your best offer. Thanks!
  5. Hey guys! I know a lot of you are preparing for the November DAT, so use this link to download a FREE DAT study guide http://bit.ly/FreePrepFTWUOPreDent
  6. I have FREE study guides for the MCAT, DAT, OAT, LSAT, PCAT, GRE, and GMAT. PM me if you want one!
  7. Haha this is so funny! I have some study guides I can give you for free, PM me! :)
  8. I know in the past Kaplan has been meh for DAT prep, however, they recently revamped their entire course after hearing feedback from many people so now it is much better and more reflective of the actual DAT. The PAT used to be very useless for Kaplan, but with the new course it is much better, and the new course also has much more practice questions.
  9. I have asked lots of Dental students/Dentists this and they all said no, because it just isn't manageable with the amount of stuff you are learning and the constant exams and stuff.
  10. Hey! So I have been shadowing a recent 2016 UBC Grad. She now works in an office in my hometown, but before she came back home she told me right after she graduated she went up north to practice. She really recommended me to consider it because you generally get better pay, and she told me she got to do way more procedures up north than working at a Dental office in Vancouver (which she was also doing at the time - 2 weeks in Vancouver, 2 weeks up north). She also didn't get paid as much in Vancouver and see as much patients due to the over saturation of Dentists. Consider going up north
  11. Hi everyone! I'm an exec member of a pre dental club and on March 27th from 5:30-7pm we are having an event where we Skype in Dental students. Essentially we would like a Canadian student who is currently attending an American Dental school to talk about their journey to Dental school, what it's like being in Dental school, and how it's like living in America. I you are interested please comment down below and indicate which year and school you attend, as well as which school you attended for your undergrad, and I'll message you!
  12. Just be careful because some schools require your DAT scores to be within 2 years when you apply. So if you apply in your fourth year you won't be able to use your first year scores (could be a good thing if you do bad and want to retake it or a bad thing if you did really well, you probably will have to take it again). I would say if you are applying in your fourth year, February of your second year and onwards are pretty safe times to write it. Be sure to check with the schools you want to apply to, every school is different.
  13. The CDA does not post it but there samples of the American one online, only difference is there is orgo and math on it.
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